Please Note: This cup requires a screw rim and screw shank to be a complete mouthpiece.
When ordering, please remember that each cup model has a specific set of shanks that go with it.
The JL model is based on the original cup developed for Julie Landsman. We offer the JL model in our standard .660 junction, featuring a medium deep cup, and moderately large bore. It is offered in #6, #8, #10, and #12 bore options for horns or players needing more resistance.
The San Francisco model is used by the horn section of the San Francisco Symphony and is based on the time-tested, bowl-shaped cup design that has been found to be most compatible with Geyer-style horns. Its design can be traced back to mouthpieces made by Carl Geyer himself and offers quick response and evenness throughout all registers. It provides a rich, complex tone in lower dynamics and plenty of brilliance and projection when played loudly. This allows the player access to a wide variety of tone color possibilities without sacrificing response and flexibility.
The GS model is an excellent all-round mouthpiece developed for Gene Standley. The cup is slightly S shaped and offers substantial cup volume for a full sound. The medium depth and efficient throat facilitate the upper range.
Similar to the GS, the GSL is an excellent all-round mouthpiece developed for Gene Standley, the cup is slightly S shaped and offers substantial cup volume for a full sound. The cup has medium depth and in this version, the throat is modified to allow great facility in the lower range of the horn. An excellent mouthpiece for 2nd & 4th horn.
Giardinelli threads are standard.